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June 11, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 1

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IrJUj-LjiS 2 SB fl. Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,732 VOL 16 NO 1S1 CONNELLSVTL.LE, PA^ TTjBSDVY E\E\1NG, JCNE 11 1918 TEN PAGES Push Not Making Headway of Former | COMPENSATION NOT TO · Ones, and in l\vo Days, at Frightful BE DEWED WIDOWS OF Cost in Man Power, Hindenburg Has Advanced But Six Miles at Maximum Point; Battle Continues Furiously. 'HUMAN WASTAGE IMPERILS THE M . V K J K U T t N R Y b V k l S l U LMIJS ro nn roifaO \ mat i ownwt by Milton Dan JP]S of n a i Obnprle died es t e r d n from iho pffectb or being hiucn b\ i snake bcvoral (lavs i},o Th animal hid recenth given b t i th to L colt and had been t u n e d J Ho a lield nn he f i n n The o w n e r wi] iai»e Llio crlt DOH »cv i davb old bj r- md COUNCIL MAY BUY LARGER TRUCK FOR GARBAGE SERVICE! OHO in 1st I n r t n p s h o w s loo *· mall 1 sp MtttAt-ion I ulh Iliuird P o r j I By Associated Press PA.RIS June 11--The German d m e between Montdidier and NOJOII connnued unremittmglj last light sa\s todav's official leport On their left the French offered effective resistance Thej captured the Milage of Mer\ The principal G rman effort was directed against the center Attacking -ttith hea\\ forces the enemv droie back the FYench as far as the region of the Arondt. nver but b a brilliant counter attack the French hurled back f h e enenrs all along this front i and re-established their lines south of Bello\ at St Maur, south of Marqueghse and at Vandelicourt On their ught the French engaged in violent combat with the large forces concentrated b\ the eneruj TV ho ^ as able to gam ground The French withdrew their lines to the west and south of Ribecourt *· All the advices from the battle front show that the enemj is putting forth eve-y possible effort in his design to push towards Paris thro-fting division after division into the melting pot So tar he has succeeded m two das lighting in carrving forward his line off the maximum point of advance at Vignemont a distance of six miles In this he has been matenallv aided by a considerable number of tanks which the French ar- tillerj was at first unable to demolish The enemj further succeeded in widening the point of his ·wedge by bringing up t-ao divisions of the Imperial guards and two Bavarian divisions borrowed from the armv of Crown Prince Rupp-ecnt These troops captured the village of Mery, St "Mauer and Bellov giving him a plateau behind which he can mass troops, partlj screened from observation by the French If the danger to the French ib in losing groand that is valuable as room in which to maneuver the German peril lies m the human wastage tha,, is in progress The German armi as a wrkole has been engaged for the last three months with slight facilitj for renewal The balance seems to be in favor of the Preach Deil-Ston nl Stut Uon PI \earl state ol Acconi Ue, to i l u l i L f , honor 1 d o w n Sa urcku bj Uie \Voll-nit. r - C onipLU I sal 01 B an tht. uicious and o i p h a TFUTONSi nmv re -"" nE n ^TM "·"»·"· iljU 1 V l t U j ·fthost b n^djv am r v a.s k j l l o f J ui this count j as a resu' t i an ic idem 1 u t i i l f e, -,iged in the r ^uUi couise of his c nploj nn-it ro uft to bt clc nicd the benefits of die t*t m i b v U i n i eorrpeiu-a-aon law s i m p ^ bee. u o thej arc alii, i en cm c 5 In ouil amg av. geu ral n n m a ^ U i r lan pnnu-ple t uu gu dos it t i t hoard sas It ociurs to us ihat we ought to bt ' most jc tlous lo preserve Tor Uio w i i QV.S and children o*" Uio L Au-suo-Huu , ganan subjects killed *iUim ou jurisdiction m the prostcuuon o f our ind jtrit^a e v t rj sa-fei,u nd t ia.t a i bi Dad a i d h u m a a Ian j,jj.ranlt-t,h to i thi m, in tune of peai, Tht fart iha-i a a ale oi w a sisLs be w e e n he Lulled Slate 1 - and Vu^iro Hun^a j cannot \t bei~e 1 LS an excuse for ti ' \oki ic e_h lie* 1 '! it,-, nor am \ uriut or pr cipnatt ban* in Uie ILspm,iU in of ihe cj.-e~ that t a v u l v t * it -i^hib o the a b plesu ard mo t P t d p nd ent *1 o h a v e no,, the Mi^ht i re- =poos bil t\ for p"v*st,[H n ernationa cond MODE, The dec sion w n i c i rex set- the ac tion oT practically e*er\ e f t r t e n h e s t a e unolves _6 ciaims ptut out, to rum»u»u w h i c h \ c t filed b A. M tcfcell Pal ci custodian of alien p oix i in th n cd StatCb 1 ie defendants are pfml com panic u h Cent i Perils} Ivania. and aii hra.utt CONDITIONS TOLD TONIGHT Dr. (larcnoc I). L seller, V* ho Spoilt l^Hrs Pin it, Talts .it H i g h .School. IS QUALIFIED TO SPEAK Om In Vnurlca, U Is ^aul, Has ialmith \ciiaftintaneo T i t l i 0 i I nan l f , I^ iau\ is 1 ret uro Is nt *» 1 \erjbod * DICKEISON RUN BOY DESCRIBES HIS EXPERIENCES Jesse U«ir J'^trh Ha* B n ni» tar ^ Irrmau Second Liae Irtnches., Escapes t nscatked, j Crossing No Man s I«Lnd as far as the second Ime treache^ and paraci- pating in a ra d on the Germans are some of the experiences of Jesse HaraagX ^ h o is with the 117th En ' gmeers, Companj B In France Those and other mtere* ng facts are disclosed m a letter written b Har baugh to bis father William Har baogh of Dickerbon Run 'I am \\nting this let er in my dug out he sajs We h \ e to l u e i n , the grourd because w e are close t o ' the fr=t line trenche= The shells going o/er our heads ound like an express train rale, alout music u has any orchestra m tl e States belt a mile We were oiu working on° morning when the Ge man^ started a barrage fire N \ c hii to run like - to get out 01 tt-° wa-v They 1 were drooping too clos for comfort 'V.hen these shells h t thev make a hole in the groi nd the ^rzc of a pit hole 1 I ha^c been across No Min s Land as far as the Ge-mar ^econf 1 line i trencher Our companv piiticipatccl in a raid on them \\ i did not l n e a "nan %Ve ha%e to kern under cover when A Toche a T t p H r e "om s o^er the line "^ hen one c o n ^ s o\cr the; urr loose machine gi ns ind anli- released fro tho National Army on J- ndat ind a.'-iired h"re on Sunday Oppma~ \vab m a roachmt. tun c j m pan -hat ib iio^v over^tus He roidc m effort o be retained for limited service in the mil nan police or motor mechanics but wat, not accepted 101TJI LNTF1LS THt Robert C Kemp o* L n j o n t o w a and Paul \ Hoatetler of Dun jar enhbtcdi in the arrai rn Pittsburg | HM \ h. HOMI- P1CTIKES Wntmg to his mother M^s A* (. uneo of Cast Crawford ivenue Pn- \ ate F J Cuneo of .ie engineers car record office m Frince si\s in part ""nclosed jou \ i 1 find some pictures of nnself Th y are not \ e i v t,ood but I w i l l --end ^orae bet er one later Fd O Connor \ ent through here TGS erdax but I d 1 not set to see kim Joan Folev h i l a long talk with him aid told h i m that Pit ] ohan tnd I wcrt. located here "We ire h a v i n g fine weather o\er hero now t h e K n i g h t s of Columbus are begin m ig lois of work o\ei here nov. Thc have club looms and c\ Co tinned on Pare Two MUST DON UNIFORM ( onnul lltikcs Mjfc In U ra-trolman, He Itctuses to lak( |fb B% iction of council last m j lit Cit Dt(ec i e MiLeb JJ rritist dor i i ni- foni and bucnrae i n trot r an n tic Ctn The ict Inn «.a^ ikt,i f n i Ui p irpost 01 redi c -ig c ptn^e-i 1 ht pnlico force s ctepk od bem^, t v - o m e n '-hur ind Jit co incil \oieri to fill one place 1 j aboiisjj n^ f( r the nine buns the plain clothes offit-cr ohip "xritrbpll this m o r r m g =aid ho wisbvt ii apflc"«tood th it he pn=i li\e]\ dh clutch under no con 1 t ons would Accept Uie job v ai t you to sa-v be told rpor or thit i ha\r b en elected ronsta le in this city foi foi r jears ind that 1 \ \ i l l do m\ d u t v In Dr ttarentt. 1) L hsher who prak it t'le I ii,h b hool auditorium n a i g h t on th MJif-r n^ f the ^i i K n i a n s i 1 t i e v\u.t t ndition« in the I as! f w t h little has, etn IIP nd in U is KM u t n ( o n n e l l s v i l l e p op!e w I I hi i ( t )l the beat ra tors t a u r n., ihii rnun r ho s v i,r imiau ui Am i c a n m3 C t n i r l i a n iaht tu o of leurn ig is an ordained mn IMC id a c uahhed ph^ sit ian He bp^-n in t n v \ t.jr-5 in \ an the ip- tal of \r lenu Dr l s l u r i r r t ^ r d here thi i'tOTOon ind will Iccin-c it S n cltx K Dr Lash i :· 1 u in the merest nt thf \ r u o n n t t ind S / n i n Rrl ef roromme* He LS \ ly mil mat eh di quTjntcd with t nditions in t h a t ·-irjKkf n t ou trr ivhich r mnoi be helped bv the Rel C ro s a? tht or c-ini Alion i^ : ot reeoL.ni cd b\ f u r Ke-j The Relief (^ornmitlpe ^ now raising f u n d s in th countn to aid tht jverriddon na ion D u n n s a siei,o rf \ in b^ t h n Tu r ks w h i c h v- is '·r nn! d 1 \ ih* Russiar arnir Di Ls h r and t c Viraoi lan Jett.nders rcnia ne-I m (ho cit^ H \ ·- the n h pi \ sic an l i t re ind worked d t^ a d rn£tit drtssini-, thr w o i i i f ^ e l na u r g i n g in the def "d cr 1 - 1 01 1 in 1 r i v e rv be vs IA awarded the rink of general hj U c C^ai of In order to make nossnle hand4m^ O r gurl i^e n i saiisfacto j m i ncr i council list e \ o n i 0 t l o p t i i a rc'-olu ion di eclmg l u r e i-inj, \ g n t Koj \\ HO JVC tO sC I bids Oil 1 tQTl I ind L half 01 two ion l i u e k foi h busmL U b t i K L \\lu e Uie l o r d tru Kb now n use !\ave p r r u d too small Di C \\ L u s head of the garbag di po=a dcparunt n LO! th^ solon \ \ h e t l j i L IL. 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